Antique Chinese Export Armorial Porcelain Tea Bowl JAE Monogram 1780 during the Reign of Qianlong in the Qing Dynasty painted "en grisaille" 8.7 cm D
An antique Chinese export porcelain tea bowl painted "en grisaille" with gilding featuring a monogrammed shield or armorial. The painted and gilded initials are JAE, which coincidentally is also a Korean name. The shield is surrounded by floral garlands and surmounted with a floral pennant. There is a wavy dot and line rim border as well as scattered Rose and flower sprays around the outside of the bowl.
It dates to the late eighteenth century, circa 1780, during the reign of the Emperor Qianlong 乾隆 (1736-95) in the Qing dynasty 清代.
The tea bowl is 3 7/16 inches (8.7 cm) diameter and 2 inches (5 cm) high. It weighs 69 grammes unpacked.
It is good antique condition, with a feint crack to the left side of the shield, some minor fritting and roughness to the glaze on the rim This beautiful antique tea bowl displays well. It is a very attractive item to add to a collection of antique hand painted Chinese 18th century porcelain, armorials or for anyone the the initials J A E or named JAE .
We had two of these available, each listed separately but shown as a pair in one of the images.
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